>I cannot rely on Gramma, a.k.a. technospaz to upload the video of my darling children learning the following behavior from their beloved Grandfather. Fortunately, I have been able to record it myself. And by “Fortunately” I mean, it was really easy because this sort of thing has been happening every night after dinner since my birthday.
In related news, the capes arrived from Aunt Beth the other day. I’ll have her do a guest blog post about that saga. But this picture made her respond with the following text: “My hatred now burns less brightly.”
But Jack wouldn’t wear the cape like a normal little boy. He put it around his neck with the cape in the front. “No. Like dis. Like a bib. Cake. Cake. Cake.”
>Here's my guest blog about the capes. Long story short, I ordered them before the Christmas delivery cut-off, they did not ship until December 30. Many frustrating e-mails back and forth in the middle. But they look cute and Luke looks happy, so all is well. And this is why my sister blogs and I do not. 🙂
>worst guest blog ever.
>I'm still trying to upload the original "cake, cake ,cake". I have an appointment at the Apple store tomorrow!Love, Technospaz!!!
>I'm confused. You make it sound like two kids pounding on the table and chanting "cake, cake, cake" is a bad thing. I find it endearing….Beloved Grandfather
>Beth, did you order the capes from Sears. Sounds like their customer service.